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Routes through Spain

Routes through Spain

Learn more about routes in Spain. The many routes and excursions in Spain are a great way to discover the country´s many charms and varied regions.

We invite you to familiarize yourself with the best routes in Spain. From the most famous Spanish routes to the least known, take a trip to Spain and travel along its many trails, routes and highways to discover Spain´s many legends, quaint villages and breathtaking landscapes along the way.

The many routes and excursions in Spain are a great way to discover the country´s many charms and varied regions. Choose one of these Spanish routes to follow on your trip to Spain and you are bound to have an unforgettable experience exploring the country in depth.

During your trip through Spain you will meet many people and get to know their way of life as you travel through different cities and towns. Many of the routes in Spain are ancient and pass through historical regions where you can take advantage of the many monuments and museums along the way. These routes through Spain are great ways to travel back in time to discover Spain as it was hundreds of years ago, a true inner journey.

The most famous Spanish route is known as The Way of Saint James (El Camino de Santiago, or Santiago's Road) which goes from the Pyrenees in France all the way to the town of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Other popular routes in Spain include the Route of El Cid between Burgos and Valencia and the Don Quixote Route through Spain's La Mancha region. There are also many cultural Spanish excursions that visitors can discover on their trip through Spain such as wine routes, gastronomy routes and castle routes.

Enjoy your Spain travels by discovering her historic and cultural routes, you will not be disappointed.  While you are here, keep in mind this quote from a famous Machado poem: “Caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar.” (“Traveler, there is no path; you make your route as you go.”)

Discover the different routes in Spain for yourself.